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August 2006

 

The Rechargeable Battery Recycling Corporation partners with Rite Aid drug stores

Rite Aid Corporation, and the Rechargeable Battery Recycling Corporation (RBRC) have partnered to provide rechargeable battery recycling program, Call2Recycle™, in Rite Aid stores throughout California.

RBRC’s rechargeable battery drop-off boxes will be in all Rite Aid stores throughout California where customers can drop off their rechargeable batteries commonly found in portable electronics products such as: power tools, cordless phones, laptop computers, PDAs, digital cameras, and cell phones.

Effective July 1, 2006, retailers and manufacturers of rechargeable batteries in the state of California will be required by law to recycle all rechargeable batteries according to the Rechargeable Battery Recycling Act of 2006.

With approximately 588 Rite Aid stores in California, the RBRC/Rite Aid program adds to the over 30,000 sites throughout the United States and Canada that consumers can access to drop off their used rechargeable batteries.


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